Fascism and the right in Europe, 1919-1945 / Martin Blinkhorn.

By: Blinkhorn, Martin, 1941-Material type: TextTextSeries: Seminar studies in history: Publisher: Harlow, England ; New York : Longman, 2000Description: xiv, 177 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cmISBN: 058207021X; 9780582070219Subject(s): Fascism -- Europe | National socialism -- Europe | Europe -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945 | Jews -- Europe -- History -- 20th century | Nationalism -- Europe -- History -- 20th centuryAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Fascism and the right in Europe, 1919-1945.DDC classification: 320.53/3/09409041 LOC classification: D445 | .B554 2000Other classification: 15.70
Contents:
Problems of Studying Fascism -- Foretastes of Fascism in Pre-1914 Europe -- European Liberalism at the Crossroads -- Critics and Critiques of Liberalism -- The 'New Right', 1880-1914 -- Analysis -- Interwar Europe in Crisis -- Economic Turbulence and Social Conflict -- States, Nations and Peoples -- Democracy in Difficulties -- Fascist and Right-Wing Movements, 1919-1939 -- The Italian Model: The Fascist Movement and Party, 1919-1925 -- The German Variant: The NSDAP, 1919-1933 -- The Fascist Contagion -- Fascism in Central and Eastern Europe -- Fascism and Catholicism in Spain and Portugal -- Unsuccessful Fascism in the Democracies of Northwestern Europe -- Fascist and Right-Wing Regimes -- The Classic Case: Fascist Italy, 1925-1943 -- The Extreme Case: The Third Reich, 1933-1945 -- Authoritarian Regimes in Interwar Europe -- War, Collaboration and the 'New European Order', 1939-1945 -- Theories and Interpretations -- Marxists, Fascism, and Capitalism in Crisis -- Fascism and Modernization -- Fascism, Moral Crisis, and Psychosis -- Fascism and Totalitarianism -- A Revolution of the Right? -- Understanding Fascism -- A Historian's View -- Neo-fascism and 'Post-fascism': Some Turn-of-the-century Reflections -- Appendix: Fascism, A Template -- Documents -- Who's Who.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 158-167) and index.

Problems of Studying Fascism -- Foretastes of Fascism in Pre-1914 Europe -- European Liberalism at the Crossroads -- Critics and Critiques of Liberalism -- The 'New Right', 1880-1914 -- Analysis -- Interwar Europe in Crisis -- Economic Turbulence and Social Conflict -- States, Nations and Peoples -- Democracy in Difficulties -- Fascist and Right-Wing Movements, 1919-1939 -- The Italian Model: The Fascist Movement and Party, 1919-1925 -- The German Variant: The NSDAP, 1919-1933 -- The Fascist Contagion -- Fascism in Central and Eastern Europe -- Fascism and Catholicism in Spain and Portugal -- Unsuccessful Fascism in the Democracies of Northwestern Europe -- Fascist and Right-Wing Regimes -- The Classic Case: Fascist Italy, 1925-1943 -- The Extreme Case: The Third Reich, 1933-1945 -- Authoritarian Regimes in Interwar Europe -- War, Collaboration and the 'New European Order', 1939-1945 -- Theories and Interpretations -- Marxists, Fascism, and Capitalism in Crisis -- Fascism and Modernization -- Fascism, Moral Crisis, and Psychosis -- Fascism and Totalitarianism -- A Revolution of the Right? -- Understanding Fascism -- A Historian's View -- Neo-fascism and 'Post-fascism': Some Turn-of-the-century Reflections -- Appendix: Fascism, A Template -- Documents -- Who's Who.

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Martin Blinkhorn is Professor of Modern European History at the University of Lancaster.

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